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Youth Communication Centre from Banjaluka published a call for two experts regarding the project “Divided past-Joint future”, financed by European Union.
“Divided Past – Joint Future” is the project implemented by Youth Communication Centre (YCC) located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, together with 17 partners (7 IPA beneficiary countries plus Slovenia, Croatia, Austria and Netherland). Project consortium involves CSOs, research institutes, foundations, resources center and Erasmus NAs, 25 associated business partners. Duration of the project is 48 months (starting date 1st January 2016)
SCOPE OF WORK
Cross-stakeholder approach in advocacy and non-formal education in peace and reconciliation field will be innovative tool in approaching citizens, private, public and civil sector to accept ownership of the peace building and reconciliation process.
During this activity an expert will closely communicate and work with Divided Past-Joint Future project team which consists of Project Coordinator and Policy Officer in order to:
1. Develop, create and set-up methodology for work of Social Innovation labs in peace and reconciliation that are fitting to the regional and national contexts
2. To educate national and regional lab facilitators, who are coming from partner organizations, in order to strengthen their capacity to lead work in social innovation labs
3. To analyze data from labs and create few models that could be used in order to approach citizens, public, private and civil sector on new, quality and effective way
4. Create Final product cross-stakeholder approach in advocacy and non-formal education for peace and dialogue
Deadline for submitting applications is 13th March 2017.
More information: DPJF_Call for experts_Final